In the busy days of life, I find that I have to focus and prioritize. Lately, that has been writing and revising. The progress is encouraging. I have over 40 different Hancock Stories “written” at some level, so far. This is an exciting adventure. The dream will come true.
Last week my son graduated college. A great dream has come true! I am so excited about him and his future. He desires to help feed the world. He already has a job with a great startup company that has tremendous worldwide potential. He has learned correct principles, seven steps principles, and applied them in his life.
One of the messages of Hancock stories is that of persistence. With imagination and persistence added together, the great things happen. Thomas Edison imagined inventing a light bulb, and then he did. Of course, it took thousands of trials, experiments, or what some would call failure, to make it happen. Failure is like an opposite to persistence. Failure is giving up, quitting, not trying anymore, etc. Persistence is to keep going and trying, until it happens. Persistence is always required.
I believe Imagination and persistence will get me, and anyone, where they want to go. I am excited about Hancock Stories. Kids love them!
The obstacles that have been getting in the way and trying to stop me have been enormous. I think that is common when people try to do something important, new, better. I won’t let anything stop me. It might slow me down, but I’ll just keep on going. I’m excited. I’ve got good text for over 30 great stories so far. I love Hancock Stories. Kids love them!
I had a great conversation with my good friend Ross Gibson this week. It always gets me pumped up to talk with him. Now there is a guy with incredible talent and gifts. I think he is on the cusp of sharing his first creation. I am excited!
I believe in the Seven Steps. They’ve made a big difference in my life.